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TOWN BOARD MEETING DATE CHANGE FOR FEBRUARY 2022

PUBLIC NOTICE

TOWN OF CHERRY VALLEY

TOWN BOARD MEETING DATE CHANGE

 

The Town of Cherry Valley Town Board meeting for the month of February, 2022, has been CHANGED TO THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17, 2022, 7:00 O’CLOCK PM at 2 Genesee Street Cherry Valley, NY

 

Submitted:  January 29, 2022                       Mary Beth Flint

                                                                             Town Clerk

 

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